Annabelle’s Curse will be returning to Wolf Hills Brewing Co. in Abingdon, VA on 4/22 to celebrate Earth Day! Asheville artist, Pierce Edens will open the show. The Lost and Found art of Shawn Crookshank art opening will also take place at the brewery that evening. Tickets are $10 and may be purchased at http://tinyurl.com/k2pujtz.
The first 50 people that purchase tickets online will receive an exclusive Annabelle’s Curse pint glass to pick up on the day of the show. The event is scheduled from 6-10.
Annabelle’s Curse is a five-piece alternative folk band hailing from Bristol TN/VA, and sort of like the town where they were born, their music sits on the border between two places. One place finds them unplugged, on a large front porch, reveling in the old folk songs that they were raised on while their nearest and dearest friends and family drink and sing along. The other place is plugged in, awash in neon lights and drunk on the rock and roll spirit that drives them to leave the porch, pile in a van, and play long into the night while the anonymous drinkers dance. Their music feels like these two different places at the same time, but like the city that they call home, it’s just two sides of one place and one sound – a sound that they can truly call their own.”
-Justin Green, Bear Kids Records
Annabelle’s Curse members are Tim Kilbourne (vocals, banjo, guitar), Carly Booher (vocals, mandolin), Zack Edwards (guitar), Travis Goyette (percussion), and Tyler Luttrell (bass). As an independent band, Annabelle’s Curse’s fan support has been instrumental to their success. They have released three full-length albums; the most recent two, Hollow Creature and Worn Out Skin, were fully funded by fans.
Since forming in 2010, Annabelle’s Curse has toured extensively, developing a devoted fan base throughout the southeast and mid-Atlantic. Annabelle’s Curse has supported acts such as Anderson East, The Black Lillies, HoneyHoney, and Humming House.